Sunday, May 7, 2017

May 2017. ImAfricanBornIn. In celebration of this third year of the International Decade for People of African Descent.

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Join Us 
                          
on May 21-27, 2017,
                                                            
for                                                 
                              
The Global Online

African Diaspora Conversation

In celebration of this third year of the International Decade for People of African Descent.

WHY
To help unite the Diaspora and bring us closer to Africa. Because wherever we find ourselves, we, Black people, face similar and difficult challenges. It’s time for us to develop a common global response to our common global challenges.

WHERE AND WHEN
Online through your social networks, May 21-27, 2017

HOW
1) Mark your calendars now to participate in this campaign.

2) Share this information with as many of your family and friends as possible and urge them to join the conversation.

3) During the week of May 21-27:

a) use the #ImAfricanBornIn logo as your profile picture;

b) share the hashtag #ImAfricanBornIn as much as possible (leaving a space between the word “In” and your place of birth); and

c) share what it’s like to be African where you live and offer your suggestions for changing conditions for people of African ancestry all around the world.

Thank you.
                                      
A Campaign Toolkit with logos and flyers in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese will be available online the second week in May.

For more information, please visit https://www.facebook.com/chdays/


#ImAfricanBornIn is sponsored by the Valuing Black Lives Global Emotional Emancipation Summit, convened annually by Community Healing Network in collaboration with the Association of Black Psychologists. This initiative is a part of the broader global grassroots movement for emotional emancipation being led by Community Healing Network, Inc., to help change the trajectory of the African Diaspora by changing our narrative from a focus on the lies of White superiority and Black inferiority to a focus on the truth of Black humanity.
For more information on the movement for emotional emancipation, please visit www.CommunityHealingNet.org

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